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Buccal pumping in an agamid lizard
using positive-pressure buccal pumping as amphibians do (e.g.. Bellaires, 1970).
Buccal pumping mechanics of Xenopus laevis tadpoles: effects of
and shape) and abiotic factors (fluid viscosity) on buccal pumping kinematics in kinematics of buccal pumping from either the Hill (Hill, 1950) or.
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Buccal oscillation and lung ventilation in a semi-aquatic turtle
New perspectives on the evolution of lung ventilation mechanisms in
musculature (buccal pump), or by expansion of the thorax via axial muscula- of the role of buccal pumping in extant and extinct amniotes is in order.

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Baby Manta Rays 'Breathe' In Utero
They found that the fetal manta repeatedly opened and closed her mouth, indicating rhythmic breathing known as buccal pumping. The most familiar on-land examples of buccal pumpers include frogs and toads, which expand their throats to take in air.

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Buccal pumping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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File:Buccal pumping.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
File:Buccal pumping.jpg. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
HowStuffWorks "Shark Breathing: Buccal Pumping and Ram
Shark breathing happens in one of two ways: buccal pumping or ram ventilation. Read about shark breathing and see which sharks practice which method.
Buccal pumping
"Buccal pumping" is a technique by which some breath-hold divers voluntarily can increase their lung volume above their normal total lung capacity (TLC).
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